Computer Science Course Schedule Fall 2020

Ascende Learning focuses on serving students in grade 6~12 and offers the following Computer Science classes in the CS domain. We offer the following computer science and programming group lesson for Fall 2020. Students can also take our closely-guided self-paced classes anytime throughout the year with their own schedule.

Fall 2020 Courses

** All Fall 2020 classes are to be conducted through Zoom ** Classes are taught by Ms. Wen unless otherwise specified ** All class times are in PST unless otherwise specified.

📅📅Date Lists of All Classes

Fundamental Java Programming (G7~9) – taught by Teacher Lucy ★Special★★Sun 7:10 ~ 8:55 PM PST [ABOUT] [ENROLL] 
Intermediate Java Programming – taught by Teacher Victor (FULL)Sun 3 – 4:45 PM PST [ABOUT] [Closed]
Intermediate Java ProgrammingWed 4:30 – 6:15 PM PST [ABOUT] [ENROLL]
AP Computer Science ATue 4:30 – 6:15 PM PST [ABOUT] [ENROLL]
USACO Silver 1 (FULL)Sun 12:45 – 2:45 PM PST [ABOUT] [Waitlist]

 Summer 2020 Courses

Fundamental Java Programming (G8-)  06/09 – 07/28  Tue/Fri 2:30 – 4 PM PST [ABOUT] [WAITLIST] 
Fundamental Java Programming (G9+) 06/08 – 07/27  Mon/Thu 2:30 – 4 PM PST [ABOUT] [WAITLIST] 
Intermediate Java Programming 06/14 – 08/02 Wed/Sun 5 – 6:45 PM PST [ABOUT] [WAITLIST]
USACO Bronze 06/07 – 08/30 Sun 1:15 – 3:15 PM PST [ABOUT] [WAITLIST]

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Why Take Computer Science Classes?

  • Computer Science has become a fundamental subject
    • Computer Programming is becoming a core skill and tool for all different professions.
    • Sharpen logical thinking and problem solving skill
    • Be challenged and reach higher!
  • Why learn Java?
    • Java is the most popular computer programming language. Read more about it.
    • Java is the official language required and tested for AP Computer Science A
    • Java is becoming the most used language in USACO
  • Why Learn AP Computer Science A
    • Our AP Computer Science A course prepares students to succeed in the AP Computer Science A exam from CollegeBoard.  Students must already possessed basic Java programming skills to continue into this course, which covers advanced topics such as object-oriented methodologies, fundamental data structures and algorithms, and more.
  • Why Learn USACO
    • USACO stands for USA Computing Olympiad. The best contestants participate in the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), the most prestigious international computing contest at the high school level.
    • Our USACO courses provide rigorous training to students for advanced logical thinking and problem solving, a skill that is extremely valuable and much seeked after to prepare students for higher level educations.

** All references to AP CS here assumed to be AP Computer Science A.